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of the atlanta falcons is accused of stabbing a 49ers fan in the throat. police say he was angry about the way the game ended. >>> two men not angry about the outcome, jim and john harbaugh. a historic match-up. these two head coaches will be the first set of brothers to face one another on the biggest stage? sports. >>> good morning. i'm sunny hostin, in for paula faris. >> i'm rob nelson. good morning, everybody. just hours from now, the president takes the oath of office for the second time in two days. >> hundreds of thousands are gathering on the national mall to witness history. and abc's tahman bradley is keeping an you on it for us. good morning, tahman. >> reporter: good morning, sunny. good morning, rob. the national mall is about to fill up. hundreds of thousands of people are expected out here. the president's second term is already underway. so, the only thing left is the pomp and pageantry. >> i barack hussein obama do solemnly swear. >> reporter: president obama's second term is officially under way. the constitution required he take the oath of office yesterday. but today is wh
off this icy runway. at least 11 cities from raleigh to atlanta, to chicago to seattle will have delays. roads are also a mess. icy conditions cause major accidents. >> we can't respond as efficiently as we would, you know, in the summertime. it does pose some obstacles. >> reporter: newark officials got an assist by the mayor, cory booker who moonlights as a superhero. last year, he saved a woman from a fire. this time, he saved a dog in the cold. there's a bit of good news for frozen americans, milder weather is forecast to return to the midwest, south and northeast next week. although, it may be brief. tahman bradley, abc news. >>> and before we get the mild break that tahman just mentioned, 15 states are bratsing for a messy and icy commute. >> for the latest, we turn, now, to accuweather meteorologist, jim dickey. >> another brutally cold morning on tap. minus 16 in burlington. minus 5 in portland. down to 1 in syracuse. we're talking a weak area of low pressure. that's going to bring snow from the ohio valley toward the eastern seaboard, with an icy mix. places like raleigh
in atlanta and dallas. 30s in the middle of the country. 55 in sacramento. and 61 in phoenix. >>> and when we come back this morning, the hollywood star who spent part of new year's day in jail. he apparently partied just a little too hard. >>> then, new warnings about the flu that's making so many people sick. how to protect yourself. >>> and later, face to face with 1,000 pounds of raw animal power that wanted to make lunch out of a photographer. >>> welcome back. we're closing in on a foreclosure deal. a $10 billion settlement over foreclosure abuse reportedly could be announced soon, possibly later today. 14 banks have been cited for shoddy paperwork and botched loan modifications. a third of the money will go to people who have already lost their homes. the rest to people in trouble now. >>> we're looking at another year of higher prices, but no increases in our pay. food, travel, housing, college, even government fees are all going up. and with millions of people still looking for work out there, employers don't have to be too generous. economists say we may see better times tlart year.
to new orleans and also to the atlanta area. rain that could be heavy with the threat of flooding parts of west virginia and ohio could pick up a couple inches of snow. >> the coldest air of the season hitting chicago, denver and omaha. the rose parade gets off to a chilly start. seasonable in the northeast but windy. a balmy 81 in miami. >> sounds nice. >> coming up the new laws that hit the books when the strucloc struck midnight. >>> how did your 401(k) do for the year the report card is straight ahead. >>> plus, is it the end of a pop era? we'll tell you that you might have heard the last of "gangnam style." ♪ >>> welcome back. it was a good finish for the year on wall street. the dow had its best new year's ever session gaining 166 points and ending the year up 7.3%. the nasdaq picked up 59 points. it soared 16% this past year. investors were encouraged by signs of a deal on the fiscal cliff talks and we will know later today if that happened for sure. >>> gasoline prices, also soared this past year to their highest ever. aaa says the average price is $3.29 a gallon. that is less
, people in philadelphia left their coats at home. in atlanta, fans wore shorts to the nfl playoff game. tahman bradley, abc news. >> shorts in january. >>> well, drivers could have a tough time here in the northeast this morning. with dense fog bringing visibility down to less than a quarter mile. we'll check the forecast coming up in a few minutes. >>> and one month to the day after the sandy hook elementary school massacre, that connecticut community is debating what to do with the school itself. the building has been closed since 26 people were killed there last month. hundreds of residents gathered at a public hearing about the school's future yesterday. they were equally divided between those who want the building torn down and those who say it should be renovated and reopened. >>> vice president joe biden is a day away from delivering his gun control recommendations to the president. those recommend digs as are expected to be pretty significa significant. they will include universal background checks. a limit on how many bullets a weapon can hold and a ban on assault weapons. sev
storm hitting the southeast and mid-atlantic. there's going to be rain from tallahassee to atlanta. washington, d.c. starting off with rain and switching to snow by the afternoon commute. so, you need your galoshes and snow boots. heavy fog and stagnant air in seattle, boise and salt lake. >> the midwest is going to get a blast of arctic air. fargo, barely above zero. it warms up nicely in the desert southwest. miami could approach a record high in the mid-80s. a little warmer than usual in the northeast, with boston at nearly 40 degrees. >>> when we come back on this thursday, the biggest tv you've ever seen. we're not kidding. >>> and why 70 could be the new 65. the influential call to raise the retirement age. >>> and a big reward in the hunt for the ak-47 bandit. no secret how he got his nickname. >>> and welcome back, everyone. final numbers are in on foreclosures for 2012. and they show the crisis easing up. reality track says that banks repossessed 671,000 homes last year. that's down 17% from the year before. but some foreclosures have been delayed by new banking rules. and
from new orleans to atlanta. 40s in the northeast. 30s from kansas city to detroit. only the upper 40s in phoenix. >>> when we come back this morning, the comeback we just can't wait for. robin roberts plans her return to "good morning america." >>> and coca-cola answers its critics, opening the latest battlefront in the war on obesity. >>> and call it the tour defalse. lance armstrong finally admits to doping and ready to take other people down with him. >>> welcome back, everybody. fed chairman ben bernanke says the u.s. economy is, quote, not yet out of the woods. the nation's top banker says avoiding the fiscal cliff was good, especially since the alternative would have probably been another recession. but he says there's more work ahead, such as raising the debt ceiling so the government can pay its bills. >>> coca-cola is running spots on cable television that say it's doing its part on obesity. the ads point out that more than one-fourth of its beverages are low-calorie. and burning off the 180 calories from a can of coke can be fun. critics say the commercials minimize the issu
will be wet at times from new orleans to atlanta and much of the south. >> if you're flying, airport delays are possible in salt lake city, minneapolis, chicago, atlanta, new orleans, charlotte, detroit, and new york. >>> and now, to the story everybody around the country is talking about. a perfect storm of sickness is blowing across america this flu season. but it's not just the flu that's sending people to the hospital. >> that's right. there's a nasty stomach virus and whooping cough, too. and doctors are having a rough time keeping up. abc's tahman bradley has the latest. >> reporter: from coast-to-coast, americans are waging a losing battle against the nasty flu strain. doctors overrun with patients are running low on flu shots and tests, as the virus spreads. >> we're all a little overwhelmed. not only the practitioners. but the caregivers in general. >> reporter: more than 128 million vaccine doses have already been distributed nationwide. but clinics can't keep up with demand. and pharmacists are struggling to fill prescription drug orders. >> each day, getting 24 box of the tamifl
in atlanta, charlotte, d.c., philly, new york, an boston. >>> back to the excuse me -- back to the news this morning. a story we've been watching overnight. police in midland city are involved in a standoff with man they believe is holding a 6-year-old little boy hostage. >> they say he boarded a school bus earlier in the day, shot the driver several times and kidnapped the boy. the driver later die fpd suspect is identified as a 65-year-old man scheduled to appear in court this morning on a menacing charge. >>> in other new this is morning -- >> the nra says boosting school security is more effective in banning assault weapons in reducing gun violence. a top nra official appears on capitol hill this morning. wayne lapierre says police need to enforce existing gun laws and deny weapons to the mentally ill. >>> and the master mind of the manti te'o hoax is telling his side of the story for the first time. ron nigh ya tuiasosopo's interview with dr. phil interviews tomorrow. coming forward with the truth is part of the healing. he'll provide exact details of the hoax, in which he fooled t
. and on the east coast, from atlanta up to boston. >>> and now, that lance armstrong has finished speaking with oprah winfrey, officials at the u.s. anti-doping agency want him to keep talking. >> they say nothing short of a full confession under oath could cause them to reconsider armstrong's lifetime ban from competitive events. armstrong has been in talks with the anti-doping agency, which has led to speculation he may be able to cooperate and give up names of others who used performance-enhancing drugs. cycling's governing body is also urging armstrong to talk to its investigators. >>> mark sanford launches his political comeback today. you may recall back in 2009, sanford disappeared and later admitted to having an affair with a woman in argentina. today, he's announcing his bid to win back his old seat in congress. >>> well, the president's limo undergoing a subtle but significant change this inauguration weekend. mr. obama's official vehicles will carry the d.c. license plate that reads, taxation without repation. the city protested the voting member in congress. >>> chelsea clinton
in the southeast. showers along the gulf coast. >> just shy of 50 in dallas, atlanta and new orleans. mostly 30s here in the northeast. teens in minneapolis and fargo. >>> and when we come back, what a difference a deal makes. wall street kicks up 2013 in record style. >>> then, something new at starbucks today. it's not what's in the cup, but rather the cup itself. >>> and politicians gone wild. the one-time congressional candidate accused of slashing a rival's tires 54 times. >>> welcome back, everybody. well, wall street will be looking to build on the very stellar start to 2013 after the fiscal cliff deal. the dow soared 308 points, the biggest point gain ever for the first trading day of the year. but it turns out day one doesn't help forecast the rest of the year. that's a 50/50 tossup, pretty much. but the direction for all of january predicts the rest of the year about three-quarters of the time. >>> and one thing sure to influence the markets in coming weeks, the battle over the budget deficit. moody's credit rating agency has sent congress a new warning saying, if lawmakers do not come
of a tornado. the rain will move into atlanta by dinner time. early snowshowers in rochester, new york, and burlington, vermont. rain in the pacific northwest. >> it's practically a spring-like day for much of the nation. temperatures rising in the northeast about 15 degrees warmer than usual. we have 40s in salt lake city, seattle and portland. colorado springs and kansas city are in the mid-50s. pleasant in miami at 83. >>> when we come back this morning, if you've been holding out for a cheaper iphone, your wait could soon be over. >>> then, it's on. the price-matching war that started over the holidays is here to stay. and shoppers will be the winners. >>> and a tough day at work for a sheriff's deputy. on the los >>> welcome back, everybody. a tough decision, today, for the biggest company to get a government bailout. aig's board will decide whether to join a lawsuit charging the bailout cheated shareholders. if aig did not join the suit, it could be sued by those investors. but many are calling aig ungrateful for even thinking about it. >>> and it may take a little longer to get
into the northern rockies. 30s in the upper midwest. 50s in dallas and atlanta. 70 in new orleans. >>> when we come back this morning, dream on. a fire sparks new safety questions about boeing's 787 dreamliner. >>> then, turning the tables. after getting a huge taxpayer bailout, why aig might try to sue the government. >>> and then, wrong way ride. what happened when a crowded escalator suddenly changed direction and went out of control? >>> welcome back. the banking industry is clearing up more of the housing meltdown mess. ten, major u.s. banks are agreeing to pay $8.5 billion to settle charges they unfairly foreclosed on millions of homeowners. some of those homeowners may get some of that money. bank of america on its own is paying $11.6 million to fannie mae to settle other claims. >>> and the huge insurance company bailed out by the government may now sue the government. "the new york times" reports american international group is thinking about joining a lawsuit that says the bailout deal cheated shareholders out of tens of billions of dollars. aig's board will decide tomorrow. >>> the new b
chicago to los angeles. >> mostly 30s in the northeast. and 50s from atlanta to new orleans. >>> when we come back, a sneak peek at the first new look for american airlines planes in 45 years. >>> and then, a dollar here. a dollar there. the new atms that kick out ones, fives, what you need. >>> and the plot thickens. what we're learning about the notre dame football star and that online love hoax. >>> welcome back, everyone. a couple of big economic reports are both going in the right direction. home construction is way up, with new building jumping more than 12% in december, from the month before. it is the fastest pace for housing starts in more than four years. >>> the number of people seeking unemployment benefits is way down. falling to a five-year low last week. >>> and wall street cheering that double-dose of good news. the dow industrial hitting a five-year high during trading on thursday. the s&p 500 closing at its highest level since december of 2007, up more than 0.5% for the day. maybe we can start looking at our 401(k)s. >> maybe. >>> with this 787 dreamliner under the micr
at these images north of atlanta. >> a funnel north of the interstate. >> reporter: a tornado with winds estimated over 120 miles per hour, demolished homes, office buildings and wiped out parts of a factory. >> it picked me up and flinged me three times. trying to get that door closed. >> i had to dig my way out. >> i thought it killed my son in the bedroom in there. and i thought it was going to kill me, too. >> reporter: the tornado left behind a junk yard of twisted semitrailers and tossed suvs. one person was killed in georgia. another death reported in tennessee. in parts of kentucky, severe storms packed with heavy winds, left behind a trail of destruction. >> it's out into the field. some of the people's belongings in here is also out here, too. >> our trailer lifts off the foundation. and went back down. i thank the good lord up above for saving us. >> reporter: the storm brought high winds to texas, flash flooding in missouri. and in western michigan, a car plunged 20 feets into a creek, after heavy rain and snow melt caused flash flooding. >> the road flooded out. we're in the middle of
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